We're here in this women's revolution - we're in this women's empowerment movement worldwide - and, if anything, women should stick up for each other and be like, 'No, she deserves everything she has, and she's worked hard as a woman.'
When we started training with WWE, coaches were impressed and asked if we had had boxing training. I said no, it was all soccer. As a defender, I had to learn to stay on my feet, track backwards, and I feel all the movement I do in the ring was helped by my soccer background.
I want to get in there and wrestle my sister! That's the fun part, when you get in there with someone who has the same passion for wrestling and that can work well, and you can put on a good match where you can really just get at each other.
Lifting is what's made me stronger and made me look better. Not only does it burn fat amazingly - and I think it's really honed my body - it's also given me the strength in the ring to lift girls up. I can literally lift anything on my shoulders.
Do I want to walk the rest of my life? Do I want to not be in pain? It just sucks because I have this true battle going on in my head, and everyone keeps telling me you gotta put your health first, but there's so much of me that wants to put my career first.
I'm like, 'John, people treat me differently because they just look at me as a girlfriend,' and unfortunately, that's our world. Now all of a sudden - just within hours of him putting a ring on it and asking me to be his wife - it is crazy the level of respect people have for me.
I'm definitely willing to film it for sure. I feel like I've taken people on this incredible journey on 'Total Divas' and 'Total Bellas.' They have seen me cry, get angry, and be so many different ways about marriage. I feel like for my fan base, my Bella Army, I should let them tune in to my wedding.
It shocks me, the rumors people start: that I have the title because of my boyfriend. If that was the case, I would have gotten the title when I came back years ago and still had the title. He has nothing to do with it.
I was going through puberty and was much curvier than other girls, which made me insecure. Then I saw J. Lo on the cover of 'Latina' magazine, and she embraced those curves and was proud of who she was.
I love being on 'Smackdown.' I feel like there is so much more opportunity, and we get to tell such fun, interesting stories. Everyone wants to work together to create gold - it's the best locker room I have ever been in throughout my whole career.
There is so much I want to do in this world, and you only live this one life, and it goes by so fast. So I totally love to take up every second of the day doing what I love, being focused and driven and taking on a new opportunity or venture, or making sure the ones I already have are going to be the best ever.
Being a Diva is not easy. We are on the road 300 days a year. We don't get a lot of family or personal time. With 'Total Divas' on top of that, on our days off, we have the cameras following us, and that's not for everyone.
We started to have more women and little girls in our audience, where it started to be 40 percent female that sat in our live audience. So I think, when that was happening and the women were stepping up and saying, 'Hey we can do what the men do,' and then you saw it on a reality show, it was just inevitable for us to have this women's evolution.